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            Sunday, August 10, 2014



                                    Unity With The Lesser of Two Evils


                                 by Jen Kuznicki

Conservatives know that there are dark days ahead for the country and the world while America is weakened by such men. Some may vote for the lesser of two evils and some won’t, but unity with a party that crosses the line of how they treat their own base, giving preferential treatment to who is supposedly their enemy, just ain’t gonna happen.




I left the Michigan Republican Party in early spring when their new tack was to nationally embarrass any social conservative left in the party.  I left suddenly embarrassed to be seen with them.
So, now is the grand time of the election year where the calls for unity fill the email boxes and stump speeches, and I am having a difficult time figuring out how the Republican Party has any integrity at all to come and beg for my, and anyone else’s, vote.

I’m mindful that the Democrat Party is really, really awful.  They try to get elected by saying their Republican opponent will take away the poor’s welfare and they’re a bunch of racist bigots.  But then, the Barbours in Mississippi on behalf of Thad Cochran said the same thing about the conservative running against them in the primary, so I guess I’m confused, how can I say the Democrats are really awful, and not our own liberal leadership?

Not many mention that they treated human beings as if they are nothing more than slaves of the government.  They said, vote for Thad Cochran, because McDaniel will take away your food stamps and Medicaid, meaning, the Republican who will keep you from breaking out of welfare is the only type of Republican suitable for you.  Thad wants you to stay in your place, and your place is staying on the government dole, since you are unable to do better.

That is not what a conservative thinks.

“They said, vote for Thad Cochran, because McDaniel will take away your food stamps and Medicaid, meaning, the Republican who will keep you from breaking out of welfare is the only type of Republican suitable for you. Thad wants you to stay in your place, and your place is staying on the government dole, since you are unable to do better.”
A conservative believes that, given the chance at bettering themselves, a person will, as long as it is not easier to choose to let others do it for you.  That means, if welfare pays more than work, you can’t expect more people to choose work.
I want nothing to do with a party that tells people that their lot in life is to stay a victim of government.  Welfare should be a hand up when times are impossible, but it should not be a way of life as Thad Cochran’s ads admitted.

I went to a nearby tea party meeting last week, and sparred verbally with my State Representative.  He and a paid staffer to my Congressman argued that the tea party should unite with the Republican Party, because we need to win in November.  But then, when they say win, they mean the election, not the fight.

Of the things we discussed, my State Representative had been called to the carpet for voting for an increase in the minimum wage.  Members of the tea party and conservatives like me had scorched him and others for doing so.  But he said, “but, did you know what the Democrats wanted?”  The Democrats, predictably, wanted a higher minimum wage than the Republican-dominated House and Senate gave them, and that is why we can’t all get along. (continued)

Posted by Mark Levin; forwarded by skoonj.  We're in good company.

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Writing in Righteous Indignation, Breitbart noted that, “the left doesn’t win its battles in debate. It doesn’t have to. In the 21st century, media is everything. The left wins because it controls the narrative. The narrative is controlled by the media. The left is the media and narrative is everything.”
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The Republican leadership wants to get along; mostly because they like the perks, prestige and attention.

Personally, I don't want to get along. I want some bastards in Washington D.C. drawn and quartered for their indiscretions. They've made my life difficult and I'm past the point of even considering forgiveness.
 
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Let's start the process with the crybaby boner! Then the old doofus Cochran and work our way through. I have no use for half assed efforts - either you are with us or against us!

Bolivar
 
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If the national GOP would just stay out of the state primaries it would be a huge step toward unity. They don't want us bothering them once they get to DC. The national GOP just wants you to vote for their chosen ones, send money and shut up.
 
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The GOP doesn't want to change the system.

They just want to boot the democrats out so they get first pass at the pig trough.

That is why they hate Tea Partiers and other reform minded citizens more than democrats.
 
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